Meh, he's had sod all to spend vs. his predecessors. The money has gone on players we didn't need before he signed as manager and we've spent a long time trying to move some of the big earners out, seemingly. And given his experience, he needs a bloody good recruitment team behind him to really help him and the evidence long before he came in is that's just not the case, we don't have that. Whatever blame he takes on board for recruitment is pretty irrelevant in the full-scale picture of judging Woodgate's time in the job, for me.
Depends who we bring in.
If Gibson decides to let Leo or Keane take charge, then we are probably doomed.
However, we still only need a couple of wins to ensure safety and we still have a few fixtures that are winnable. Get a competent, experienced person in charge and the "new manager boost" could be just enough to get us over the line.